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Do-It-Yourself Windows File Recovery Software: A Comparison

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Professional Data Recovery Software: A Comparison

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Interface and Features Detailed Results

Localization support

Localization support ratings are based on two factors: the languages supported by the interfaces and file recovery of localized file names. Both of these are essential. Interface language support and management allow technicians to work in their native language, while localized file name support allows data to be retrieved from clients who work in their native language.

Product Rating Supported Interface Languages
R-Studio 6

Languages supported: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian.

Language management: Languages can be changed on-the-fly.

Restorer Ultimate 6

Languages supported: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian.

Language management: Languages can be changed on-the-fly.

UFS Explorer Professional Recovery 3

Languages supported: English, German, Russian.

Language management: Language change requires program restart.

GetDataBack + RAID Reconstructor + Captain Nemo 3

Languages supported: English, German, French.

Language management: Language change requires program restart.

DMDE 3

Languages supported: English, Polish, Russian.

Language management: Languages can be changed only when the program finishes working with a device.

R-Studio and Restorer Ultimate have the most supported interface languages and best language management (on-the-fly).
Product Rating Localized File Name Recognition
Languages tested: French, Russian, Arabian, Japanese, and Chinese.
R-Studio 6 Recognized all tested localized characters in file and folder names.
Restorer Ultimate 6
UFS Explorer Professional Recovery 6
GetDataBack + RAID Reconstructor + Captain Nemo 2

Characters recognized: Russian

Characters unrecognized: French (changed to similar Latin ones), Arabian, Japanese, and Chinese (changed to the underscore character).

DMDE 6 Recognized all tested localized characters in file and folder names.
All programs, except the GetDataBack package, recognized all tested non-Latin characters in file and folder names. Localization support in the GetDataBack package is very poor, not suitable for professional use.

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